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Subject: Let's see if i remember this right
Friday night was Hampton Coliseum. Ate something with a tiger on it Tore up that place and then spent hours driving in circles passing by the colisseum in a different direction every once in a while.
Saturday in Baltimore became the typical - Drink all day - rock all nigh scenario. Good show but didn't touch the night before (The tiger might have had something to do that) But a whole lot of fun.
The music was always good at that time but the shows - the cookie - the experience -was special no matter what the music. I can still see them smoking on stage between songs.
The next day was on to th eNo Nukes rally in DC. Bunch of us yelling - We want Barbarella for Jane Fonda.
Got home some how and slept for 3 days.
Ahhh youth - What my parents must have been thinking in those days.
Subject: Trying to fall in love with 79
I still haven't heard many 79 shows that I loved. This is a good show don't get me wrong but nothing earth-shaking.
The first set is average besides two performances: Sugaree, which I agree with the reviewer below, is special and that super-funky Dancin'(probably the highlight for me). Outside the above-average Scarlet Fire, the second set was very good but not fantastic. The best part of this show is, as always, Charlie Miller's crisp, rich sound (not to mention the work put into inserting patches and other tweaks that I could only imagine).
just one thing -
Referred here by Utopian's comments for Lake Placid 10/17/83. This Sugaree goes places that others typically don't. Give it a listen.